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GRAMMY PERFORMERS: WHO'S ON? WHAT'S UP?
The incremental rollout begins. (1/26a)
A TASTE OF RAINMAKERS:
JACK SUSSMAN
Nobody's got more experience in putting music on the tube. (1/25a)
RIHANNA, GAGA LEAD OSCAR SONG NOMS
David Byrne and Diane Warren have noms as well. (1/24a)
HIPGNOSIS NABS
BIEBER CATALOG
Merck's a belieber. (1/25a)
HITS' BLACK HISTORY MONTH SPECIAL: NOT EVERY WOMAN, BUT SEVERAL
Sisters doin' it for themselves (1/24a)
HIP-HOP AT 50
The astonishing first half-century of a world-rocking genre.
THE NEXT BIG PLAYER
in the catalog game is...
INDIE BREAKOUTS
More independent music rises at the DSPs.
THE GOP CONGRESS
At last, America can focus 24/7 on Hunter Biden's laptop.
THE B-SIDE
Moon Taxi (RCA)
2/27/18

WHAT IT IS: Nashville’s own alt-rock band, Moon Taxi, gained national attention with four highly praised albums, including Daybreaker, which debuted at #2 debut on Billboard’s New Artist Chart. Known for their energetic live performances, the band—Trevor Terndrup, Spencer Thomson, Wes Bailey, Tommy Putnam and Tyler Ritter—has played an array of major U.S. festivals, including their 2016 debut on the Coachella mainstage. Equipped with vibrant songs and tons of chemistry, it’s no wonder why Jeep, Microsoft, McDonald’s, BMW, MLB and NFL have used their music in various TV spots.
ALBUM: Let the Record Play
RELEASE DATE: 1/19
SINGLE: “Two High”
TV: Previously appeared on Letterman, Conan, more; recently performed “Two High” on Today
LIVE: Currently touring throughout the U.S.; festivals on deck include In Bloom Fest, Bonnaroo, Sloss
INTERNET: 80m+ worldwide Spotify streams of single; +1.7m video views; 98k+ Facebook likes, 21k+ Twitter followers, 32k+ Instagram followers
RADIO: Already hit it #1 at AAA and #15 at Alt radio
PRESS: Rolling Stone (“Over the last few years, Nashville’s Moon Taxi have worked their way up from Bonnaroo buzz-band to something approaching Kings of Leon country, playing a pleasingly cross-bred rock - a little indie, a little proggy, kinda poppy”), Associated Press (“Their musicianship remains tight, intricate and top-notch”), Parade (“Moon Taxi fearlessly melds rock with pop hooks, clever synths and roots touchstones gleaned from their home in Music City”), Yahoo, NPR, Noisey, more.
BOOKING: Hunter Williams, Jeff Krones/CAA
PUBLISHING: 12th South Records, LLC (BMI)
MANAGEMENT: DVC Mgmt/GT Music Group